Nike delivered several new looks and innovations when it launched ACG decades ago, and the athletic giant is set to deliver one of its atypical 1990s styles to the market once again.
This month, the Swoosh will release the Air Deschutz cross-training sandal, a look that made its debut in 1992. The performance look was designed for use on the trail for hikes, trail runs and more, but is equally as good for casual wear.
The style, Nike said, is returning with its original 1992 look. The colorways, five in total, are all predominantly black, with each one featuring a black outsole. There are two more subdued looks, including one dressed in all-black with hits of gray, one in all black with a green footbed and another featuring darker blue straps. The two remaining utilize neon hues throughout, including one with an electric green footbed with pink and teal hits and the other with teal hits on the straps.
The Nike ACG Air Deschutz will hit the market again on May 14 via the SNKRS app, the SNEAKERS app in Europe and in select retailers. Retail price has not yet been revealed.